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Makara Sankranthi Pooja is performed for gaining the blessings of Sun god, the life fostering god of good fortune and wisdom. This pooja is believed to correct ill effect of Shani Graha on one’s horoscope.
Religious Significance of Makar Sankranti Pooja
Makar Sankranti is considered auspicious because on this day sun proceeds into the Makar Rashi.
- It is considered as a most favorable time for seeking Sun god’s blessings.
When Can the Makar Sankranti Pooja be Performed?
- This pooja has to be performed on the day of Makar Sankranti which mostly falls on the 14th of January every year.
Advantages of Performing Makar Sankranti Pooja
- Cleanses an individual of sins and ensures a blessed afterlife in heaven.
- Success in granted in personal and professional endeavors.
Makar Sankranti Pooja FAQ’S
What is Makara Sankranti puja?
Makar Sankranti festival is one of the most important festivals in Hinduism, and it is considered as the land of the festival in the country. This festival is celebrated to invite the god sun. This day falls in the first month of the year in January. However, it depends on the cycle of Sun, it falls on January 15th, but generally, it falls on 14th January.
Describe the Makar Sankranti?
Makar Sankranti is the festival of delicacies and togetherness. Makar Sankranti festival remains incomplete without the kite flying activity. Makar Sankranti is celebrated across the country with different names and customs in every state. Pongal is celebrated in Tamil Nadu, Uttrayan in Gujarat, Maghi in Punjab and Haryana, Poush Sankranti in Bengal, etc.
Is it true? Does all-region celebrate Makar Sankranthi?
Yes, Every region celebrates the festival with their respective customs, but the aim of the festival remains the same as to spread togetherness and joy.
Why do we perform Makar Sankranti?
This festivity follows to revere the god of the sun. It marks the transition to the maker or Capricorn zodiac sign.
What is meant by the Makar Sankranti?
‘Makar’ means Capricorn and ‘Sankranti’ means transition, so ‘Makar Sankranti’ means the transition of the sun into the Capricorn of the zodiac, which is believed as one of the most auspicious occasion as per Hinduism and welcomed by the people with lots of celebration and festivities.
What is the significance of Makar Sankranti?
However, the transition of the sun into Capricorn or ‘Uttrayan’ is of spiritual significance and it is believed that taking a dip in holy rivers like Ganga helps to remove our all past sins and makes our soul pure and sacred. Which signifies the increase of the spiritual light and decrease of materialistic darkness.